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Back to School High School grads reveal their choices for college Chicago-bound
Katie Brunner, who recently graduated from Marymount High School, applied to a long list of schools, including the University of Iowa, Manhattanville, Evergreen State, Ithaca, Sarah Lawrence and Columbia colleges as well as School of the Art Institute of Chicago and DePaul University. In the end, she decided on DePaul because of its excel-
lent English program and the opportunities Chicago could
offer her in the writing field. The daughter of Ann and Jeff Brunner, Windsor Square, Katie says she’s excited to be leaving home to build her own life. “I’ve had 18 years of learning how to ‘make good choices’ and ‘always be prepared’ from the best parents I could ask for,” she said. “I’m ready for whatever life has to throw at me.” Having already gone through the process of send-
ing their older daughter off to college, Katie thinks “they’re more than ready to let me go.” Still, she worries about one thing. “I wonder how they’ll survive without me telling them how to run every machine in the house. My mother used to threaten not to send me to college because she didn’t know how to record a TV show without me showing her the big orange ’R’ on the remote,” she laughed. Her older sister, Sarah, will be fine, however. “It won’t be too hard to lure her to visit me with some good ol’ Chicago deep-dish pizza and the chance to see her little sister living the freshmen college student I-have-no-moneyand-eat-mac-n-cheese-everynight life.” ***
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Marlborough graduate Alex Tator applied to a number of colleges. But in the end, the choice was simple. “I fell in love with Bentley University after visiting the campus in the fall,” said the daughter of Steve Tator and Dorothy Schouten, Windsor Square. “I went in October and it was just beautiful.” Bentley is located 20 minutes outside of Boston, which means California girl Alex will have to go shopping for winter clothes. “It’s exciting. I’ve lived here my whole life, I know the people and the neighborhood. But it’s just really exciting to be moving into this new stage of my life,” she said. An added bonus is that Alex, who was on the varsity team at Marlborough, will get to be on Bentley’s volleyball team. “I plan to major in business,
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ple were so cool. It is a perfect fit.” With her departure to the East Coast looming, Alex says her parents are doing pretty well. “The cool thing is they’re planning to make a bunch of trips to come and see me play volleyball.”
Programs gain from Coke grants Several L.A. agencies are the recipients of The CocaCola Company’s $2 million in grants awarded to 20 organizations across the country. The agencies include Kids in Sports, the Tavis Smiley Foundation, which received $75,000 to fund a leadership and development program, and Teach for America. Kids in Sports received $30,000 to support community-led sports programs for children.
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Back to School State-of-the-art center opens at Temple Israel School reflecting the light, joy and energy of hearts and minds studying within.” The more central, visible and brightly-lit reception area and administrative office suite provides an efficient and
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RENDERING SHOWS Temple Israel School's new science lab/ art studio. The skylit room is equipped with a teaching/demonstration station, modern fixtures and furnishings.
sixth graders in our religious school, families in our family education program and teenagers in our teen program,” said Rabbi Jocee Hudson, religious school director. “The open and flexible design of the classrooms will help us fulfill our mission of creating educational environments that include both affective and cognitive learning.” The jewel of the school building is the new, dual– function, state-of-the-art science lab/art studio. The skylit room is equipped with a teaching/demonstration sta-
tion, modern fixtures and furnishings. The art studio portion has been named “the Grace and Ferrel Rosenberg Art Studio” in honor of the parents and grandparents of longtime Temple Israel congregants. “The heart and soul of the school are the joyful, creative and compassionate teachers, children and families who make up our community of learners,” said Rachel Lewin, head of the day school. “We are blessed that in the school’s 22nd year, its facility matches the quality of the community,
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By Laura Eversz The nearly 500 students at Temple Israel of Hollywood (TIOH) will begin the school year in a completely rebuilt, state-of-the-art education center on the Hollywood Blvd. campus. The project is the work of KoningEizenberg Architects. The facility, home to both the TIOH religious and day schools, features renovated and reconfigured classrooms and administrative offices. Its fully integrated technology infrastructure has increased fiber optic service capacity, a dedicated wireless computer networking system, an iPadbased library platform and interactive “smart” whiteboards in the classrooms. The design was inspired by the elements and colors of nature, with increased natural light, optimized learning and adult space, a new “learning alcove” for study sessions, a faculty resource center and a floor-to-ceiling window wall. “These new learning spaces will serve the large, diverse and growing populations of students in our various programs—from kindergarten to
welcoming entry to the Day School. “In addition to our new technology hardware and software, we have developed an entirely reconceived curriculum and staff training on the use of technology to transform education,” added Lewin.
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Back to School St. James’ ministry ESTA offers theatre arts for kids ma. Director Doña Oxford said, “the inspiration for the program was born from my passion for the arts, my belief that education is freedom, and my desire for a more compassionate, thoughtful and kinder world.” Arts programs are usually the first thing cut in schools creating an education devoid of structured outlets for selfexpression and creativity, she
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By Lauren Boylston Annabella Hoge 5th Grade We are so excited to be bringing you the news from Larchmont Charter School throughout the school year. Over summer break, our students went on vacations, visited friends and family and went to exciting camps. Some students even helped fix up our school! We are looking forward to some improvements at both our middle school and elementary school campuses. At our elementary school (K-5), we are relocating and reorganizing our art room and music room. We have added an outdoor classroom, shade structures and skylights over our eating areas. We are also adding outdoor cubbies for all of the students. At our middle school campus (6-8), we are creating a new outdoor space complete with trees, benches and even a garden. Our middle school is really growing this year—adding an additional 40 students and offering new classes such as Latin, yoga, choir and drama. We can't wait to kick off our 2011-2012 school year!
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Back to School Katrina rescue boat docked at ‘Taper Center’ A Zodiac Coast Guard rescue boat used to save lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina is part of the recently opened S. Mark Taper Foundation Aid and Rescue Center at the Zimmer Children’s Museum. Children can climb aboard the boat and experience what MEMBERS of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hollywood conducted it is like to be in the Coast experiments on field trips to the Science Center. Guard. “It sends a great message about kindness and humanity in times of need,” said Esther Netter, CEO of the Zimmer Over the summer, members ellite and television commu- Museum. “The timing of the of the Boys & Girls Clubs nicate to produce an image. opening is also significant, of Hollywood were exposed Through a combination of as it coincides with the sixth to the wonders of the Sci- lectures, demonstrations and anniversary of Hurricane ence, Technology, Engineer- hands-on activities, young Katrina.” ing and Math (STEM) Educa- visitors were exposed to a fun tion Coalition. and educational STEM cur Time Warner Cable’s Con- riculum nect a Million Minds program supported the program. Under the helm of execu- ‘We want Pie’ art tive director Melba Culpepper, workshops, stories more than 50 youth, ages 10 to 14, traveled to the Califor- read at LACMA Events for the whole famnia Science Center. The four field trips were ily are at LACMA this month one of many that Time War- starting with inedible but fun ner Cable hosted this summer pie-making workshops on for multiple organizations Sun., Sept. 4. They continue including other area Boys & on Sundays, Sept. 18 and 25, all beginning at 12:30 p.m. Girls Clubs. Young visitors participated Gallery tours are also featured in activities that taught them during the “We Want Pie” about cable technologies— Andell Family program. such as using laser point- Target Free Holidays is on JEI Math fosters conceptual and meaningful understanding and guides withmirrors a step-by-step approach. The curriculum is designed with Day Mon., Sept. 5, noon Labor ers students and to illustrate specific study objectives in small steps to make learning math easy for everyone, and is aligned with NCTM standards covering all major areas of until 8 p.m. Most of the exhibthecurriculum. difficulty and precision its are free, including “Gifts of required by satellites send JEI English progresses in small steps andto makes learning engaging and effective. The workbooks build a strong foundation in vocabulary, grammar, andtheir reading skills. Our unique, creative reading materials the inSultan” and the Buddha signals to destination. each workbook maintain interest and develop skills necessary for effective reading and writing. Visitors also used a flash- exhibit. JEI Problem Solving Math is intended for advanced students who seek a Storytelling in the Boone light andStudents’ binary legend challenge. analyticalcode and problem solving skills are sharpened through an array of challenging ‘Math Olympiad’ type questions. Children’s Gallery is every to transmit messages to each JEI Reading and Writing is a literature-based, reading enrichment program which will feature both fiction and non-fiction as well as other genres other, recreating how a sat- Monday and Friday at 2 p.m. of writing. Through study and understanding of literature, the program
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Back to School Fairfax High upgrades include stadium, courtyard Construction is underway at Fairfax High School’s Rae Van Cleve Field by the McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Admissions-FALL-Ads:Larchmont The $7.5 million project is located on the existing school
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Campbell Hall orientations Kindergarten – 6th Grade: November 5, 2011 • January 7, 2012 7th – 12th Grades: October 22, 2011 • November 12, 2011 Please visit www.campbellhall.org/admissions for more information JOANNE GENEWICK recently graduated from Des Moines University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. She was a fellow in Osteopathic Manual Medicine and received the Ram’s Head Fellowship Program Award. The daughter of Kathi and Mike Genewick, she is currently a Family Medicine resident at Immanuel St. Joseph Clinic in Mankato, Minn.
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Air Force Airman Jacob Walsh recently completed an eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Walsh graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He is currently attending technical school at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angeleo, Tex. The son of Stephanie Walsh of Rossmore Blvd., he attended Third Street Elementary and John Burroughs Middle schools, Hollywood Performing Arts Magnet and L.A. City College. Walsh worked as a stage manager at Groundlings The-
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Amy Hilton earns merit scholarship Marymount High School graduate Amy Hilton is among 23 students nationally awarded an A. O. Smith Corporation Merit Scholarship. The daughter of Susan and Jim Hilton of Orange Dr., Amy was a member of the National Honors Society and graduated with Distinction in English. She received the Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction award, and was a member of the California Scholarship Federation Hilton will major in biology at Rice University in the fall.
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“I spend a lot of time on Tumblr. I follow my friends and my cousins and people who post a lot of artwork,” she said. Flores also checks her Tumblr regularly. She’ll often take
her laptop to a café on Larchmont so she can visit the website. “I go to Bricks & Scones a lot to read or paint or go on my laptop just to kill time,” Flores said.
Why Marlborough School? SUMMER INTERN Claire Hong quizzed her friends on how they spend their leisure hours.
Mall shopping, subway rides are ways teens spend free time role in where teens go to hang By Claire Hong Many teens find different out. ways to spend their leisure Since Aletheia Kim doesn’t time, whether alone or with have her driver’s license yet, their friends. Melissa Flores, she usually spends her time in who lives on Westminster the vicinity of where she lives, Ave., loves to frequent Melrose on St. Andrews Pl. “If I Ave. or downtown with her Following friends, fam- have to walk, I’ll hang out friends to shop ily on Tumblr is a popuwith my or to eat. lar past-time with area friends in “The flea teens. Koreatown, market on Melrose Ave. is my favorite. It’s but if my parents are available open from 9 to 5 p.m. every to take me, I’ll usually go to Sunday,” she said. “I also like The Grove,” she said. to go to Melrose just to try When Kim goes to Koreatown, she enjoys having dinnew restaurants.” When Flores decides to ner at Kalbi Burger. spend time downtown, she Jarred Green, who lives on generally goes to the Fashion Lorraine Blvd., likes taking District or visits the monthly the subway to get to different places. Downtown LA Art Walk. “Going to downtown is so “I really like going to Holmuch fun. On the first Thurs- lywood or Koreatown by day of every month, I can go subway and getting off at a to the Art Walk and buy food random stop,” he said. From from the food trucks or check there, Green and his friends out the art galleries and book- will check out touristy places or try a new restaurant in stores,” she said. Transportation also plays a the area. He enjoys compos-
Admissions Open House Please join us at an event for students and their parents who are interested in enrolling for the 2012-2013 academic year. Saturday, October 29 For students applying to grades 7-8 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon Check-in: 8:30 a.m.
Saturday, November 19 For students applying to grades 7-11 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon Check-in: 8:30 a.m.
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Back to School From the midwest to Hawaii to their own backyards, here's a RESIDENTS went on Disney cruises, joined friends at
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ENZO MARTINES visited th Bixby bridge in Big Sur.
FRANCES MULLER monkeyed around with best friend Annie, right, on a visit out east.
Back to School peek at how area children spent their summer vacations SIPPING A TROPICAL DRINK in Oahu is Jack Liston, left. Maeve Schallert, at right, cools off the old-fashioned way in Door County, Wisc.
INCOGNITO at the beach: Nathan Cadet.
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PIRATE Will Cadet aboard the Disney Dream cruise ship.
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home to 2,000 students in grades sixth through eighth. Within this population are distinctive programs including special education, gifted magnet, ESL and school for advanced studies. The school is located within the Historical Preservation Overlay Zone of Hancock Park, and is registered as a Historical Structure with the L.A. Conservancy. It's classic brick façade is reminiscent of Royce Hall at UCLA, with Venetian-inspired arches and complex geometric brick patterns. While budget cuts remain in force at LAUSD, community activists have restored the campus gardens and entrance way to its previous beauty.
Back to School After-school adventures, arts and crafts workshops
Children create art, dance, climb and crawl at Zimmer Dance events, puppet shows and art workshops are among offerings for toddlers and youngsters at the Zimmer Children’s Museum, 6505 Wilshire Blvd., #100. A puppet story play-a-long is on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. and Wednesdays at 3 p.m., and young artists can create original masterpieces in the Open Art Studio every Tuesday at 3 p.m. and Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Earlier on Wednesdays at 9 a.m., the Zimmer opens its doors exclusively to the undertwo crowd; tiny tykes can enjoy the museum in a relaxed setting giving both kids and adults more room to breathe (and crawl and climb). Weekly dance parties are on Fridays at 1 p.m. A Rosh Hashanah all-day festival is on Sun., Sept. 25. For full listings visit zimmermuseum.org.
'Tomorrow’s Future’ center aims at aiding Hollywood youth The Hollywood Police Station’s new youth mentoring center opened in August at 5824 Santa Monica Blvd. Called “Tomorrow’s Future,” it provides programs, speakers, bi-lingual tutors as well as computers and Internet access for local youngsters and their families. The goal of Tomorrow’s Future is to keep youth from joining street gangs by provid-
ing programs and interacting with the police, said LAPD Hollywood Division Capt. Beatrice Girmala. Volunteers who grew up in PAL (Police Athletic League) in Hollywood are among volunteers who will mentor the youngsters. Supporters of the new center are members of the Hollywood Police Support Association and Hollywood PAL.
Our Center is dedicated to providing quality infant and toddler care for children 6 weeks to 2 years of age. Recognizing the need for children to explore and grow at their own pace, the Center’s environment encourages movement and exploration. Our caregivers are educated, experienced and well trained in child development and RIE philosophy. Children with special needs are welcome.
Offering a Special Pre-K curriculum for Kindergarten matriculation • Professional teachers with an unequalled commitment to children and their families. • A well-defined program philosophy that supports the way children think and challenges them to construct new knowledge in an active, vibrant, and nurturing learning community. • A strong parent body that provides ongoing support of the preschool. • Children who are creative, curious, and eager learners. • A Director whom the Whitney Guide describes as “one of the most dynamic and forward-thinking preschool principals in town.” Open enrollment for 2011/2012 Call to schedule a tour Director: Katarina Matolek, M.A. 4270 West 6th St./Bronson www.sjsla.org/preschool.html
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Kids can create flowerpots, explore the world of Peter Pan and the art of plein air painting this month at The Huntington at 1151 Oxford Road in San Marino. From pirate ships to pixie dust, tots ages 3 and 4 will explore J.M. Barrie’s world of Peter Pan and Neverland through activities in the gardens and galleries on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to noon. Pots will be transformed into bumblebees and lady bugs, and filled with bouquets of fresh blooms in a workshop for ages 7 to 12 on Sat., Sept. 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. A new program of afterschool adventures kicks off on Wed., Sept. 21 from 3 to 3:45 p.m. The tale of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” will inspire creative fun in the first session with instructor Laura Moedo for kids ages 5 and 6. The landscape of the gardens will inspire the art of plein air painting with artist Marion Eisenmann on Saturdays, Sept. 17 and 24 from 9:30 to noon. Children ages 7 to 12 can sign up for one or both. Youngsters must be accompanied by one adult. To register, call 626-4052128.
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Kick off autumn with book clubs, family film nights, baby storytimes, teen council
FAIRFAX LIBRARY 161 S. Gardner St. 323-936-6191 L.A. Quiltmakers Guild: Hands-on demonstrations. Beginners welcome. Meets Sat., Sept. 3 at 10 a.m. Book Club: Current selection available for check out at the circulation desk. Meets Tues., Sept. 6 at 10:30 a.m. Miracle Mile Writers Club offers networking and support for all levels of expertise, both published and aspiring, on Sat., Sept. 10 from 3 to 5 p.m. Ongoing Book Sale: Lots of deals on used books and more on Wednesdays from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. LACMA Art Classes for Kids: Best for ages five to 12; meets Wednesdays at 3:15 and 4:15 p.m.
FREMONT LIBRARY 6121 Melrose Ave. 323-962-3521 Baby and Toddler Storytime: Children ages 6 mos. to 2 years old hear stories and sing songs on Wed., Sept. 7 at 10:30 a.m. Preschool Storytime: Children ages 2 to 4 years old come to hear stories and sing songs on Wed., Sept. 7 at 11:30 a.m. Friends of the Library Book Sale: Bargains on books, audio books, CDs and DVDs on Fri., Sept. 9 starting at 1:30 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 10, noon. Book Club: Meet to discuss "An Artist of the Floating World" by Kazuo Ishiguro on Tues., Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments served. Teen Council: Come to help choose new books, manga
CHILDREN'S LIBRARIAN Hillary George reads to children outside Memorial Library as a part of "Read to Me L.A."
and movies for the library on Tues., Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. Light refreshments served.
Hancock Park Swim Club
MEMORIAL LIBRARY 4625 W. Olympic Blvd. 323-938-2732 First Fridays Book Group: Come discuss "The Long Goodbye" by Raymond Chandler and "The Long Embrace: Raymond Chandler, and the Woman He Loved" by Judith Freeman on Fri., Sept. 2 at 1 p.m. Books available at the library. Tuesday Nights @ the Movies: "Tyler Perry's Madea's
Big Happy Family" (2011), with Tyler Perry and Loretta Devine, screens Tues., Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. Free popcorn. Tuesday Nights @ the Movies: "Thor" (2011), with Anthony Hopkins, Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman screens Tues., Sept. 13 at 5:45 p.m. Free popcorn. Book into Film: Free screening of "The Long Goodbye," (1973) starring Elliot Gould and Nina Van Pallandt, directed by Robert Altman. Book by Raymond Chandler. Thurs., Sept. 15 at 12:30 p.m. Author Talk: Screenwriter Syd Field at the Westwood/ Pico Barnes and Noble, 10850 W. Pico Blvd., to benefit the Memorial Branch library. Sun., Sept. 18 at 4 p.m. Family Storytime: BK Bomar, author of "Back from the Country" tells stories for the whole family on Tues., Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. (Please turn to page 25)
Mon., Weds, Sat. 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Tues., Thurs. - 12:30 - 8 p.m. Fri., 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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THIRD STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Kindergarten thru 5th Grade
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Hancock Park’s neighborhood public school A tradition of excellence since 1924 Challenging curriculum / Gifted cluster classes After-school enrichment classes Korean Dual Language Program
731 South LaBrea Avenue • (1/2 Block South of Wilshire)
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WELCOME BACK TO THIRD STREET SCHOOL We look forward to meeting our new families.
September is a great month to find out about volunteer work and join one of the parent groups. The first day of school will be on Wednesday, September 7th. School hours for grades K-5 will be 8:05 am to 2:30 pm. Classroom assignments will be posted if you did not receive your assignment in the mail. New parents please visit our website, www.friendsofthird.org, for helpful information & to access our parent handbook. You can support Third Street programs by donating to Friends of Third & by making Amazon purchases thru our website’s Amazon link. Thank you!
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